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has the technology and services to help you solve it. begins with back pain and a choice. take advil, and maybe have to take up to four in a day. or take aleve, which can relieve pain all day with just two pills. good eye. starts with ground beef, unions, and peppers baked in a ketchup glaze with savory gravy and mashed russet potatoes. what makes stouffer's meatloaf best of all? that moment you enjoy it at home. stouffer's. let's fix dinner. but kate -- still looks like...kate. nice'n easy with colorblend technology gives expert highlights and lowlights. for color that's true to you. i don't know how she does it. with nice'n easy, all they see is you. >>> we're back as promised with an nbc news investigation about smoke detectors that may surprise a lot of people including those of us who follow the rules about where to install them, how often to check the batteries. the problem is, as you're about to see, even when the deadliest fires erupt, they may not deliver the warning needed to save lives. tonight's report from our national investigative correspondent jeff rossen is an urgent
and broader rollouts now. the technology's evolving and becoming more and more user-friendly and more and more capable of these enterprise deployments. so, we're now seeing 10,000, 30,000-seat deployments throughout the community, because not only does it facilitate sharing information, but it saves a lot of money as well. >> and efficiency is what government wants now, so that looks like it's a good future. >> right. especially now. >> yes. ed, thinking about trends and where raytheon's looking to be, obviously, government efficiencies are a huge issue. sequestration is looming. what are you getting prepared for at raytheon? >> well, we're preparing for some headwinds, for some tight budgets. fortunately, we're in a space where we actually assist with tight budgets. many of the installations that we do report 60% savings in power consumption, savings in cabling costs, implementation costs, and this, that, and the other thing, so not only do you assist the sharing of information, but there's--substantial cost savings can be realized. >> and that's good for the taxpayer and that's what governme
, easy to find alarms, that rely on ionization technology. they work well to detect fires with fast flames. but experts say some of the most deadly fires are the smoldering smoky kind that can fill your home with toxic gases while you sleep. experts say in those fires, ionization alarms don't work well, going off way too late, or not at all. >> that means that the individuals could have a fire in their home, and never receive a warning. >> reporter: don russell is a scientist at texas a&m. he's run hundreds of tests. >> when i go to the store to buy a smoke detector, i assume it's going to sound when there's smoke. >> that's a reasonable assuon wrong. >> reporter: his findings are a bombshell in the industry. that the most popular smoke detectors may not help you in a fire. you're about to see just how scary that can be. ix had dr. russell set up a test at the texas a&m engineering extension service. first, dr. russell placed three ionization detectors, the kind most of us have in a room with a couch. next, firefighters set a slow smoky fire using a soldering iron. we're watching on
in the power of technology. we believe in the power of people when technology works for you. to dream. to create. to work. if you're going to do something. make it matter. >> schieffer: we're back now to talk more about the election and these upcoming debates can marsha blackburn, bob shrum who writes for the "daily beast "the adviser and consultant of course for john kerry. and larry sabato who runs the university of virginia center for pol techs. larry, let me start with you. you're kind of the man in the middle here. where do you think the race stands right now? >> bob, i think the president is ahead. at my crystal ball station we have him at 290 electoral votes but some of those states are just barely leaning to him, like my native virginia. obama is ahead two or three points. the polls have him up higher than that, but i don't think he's really there. >> schieffer: ar let me just go to our map of the battled ground states here, nevada, new hampshire, north carolina, ohio, virginia, florida, iowa, wisconsin and colorado. i think most of the polls suggest now that the president is
writes about technology and culture says there is a scientific reason why these devices are our favorite vices. >> people have a primitive instinct to want to gather information, to want to know everything that is going on around them. you can kind of see how that would help you survive back in cavemen and cave women days. where it becomes a problem is when we create this new world for ourselves where there's unlimited amounts of information and we stop this compulsive checking. >> reporter: if we can't stop, think how hard it will be for the generation that's never known anything else. like this toddler. a you-tube sensation. she is so used to the touch screen i-pad that a magazine leaves her mystified. how does this work? why isn't it responding? >> the trend is toward ever-more connection, ever-more distraction. >> reporter: and carr thinks all this distraction is messing up our brains. >> it begins to crowd out all the quieter, calmer moments when you might engage in reflection or introspection or contemplation. >> time now for everybody's favorite guessing game, what's my line? >> r
books. >> i still do, too. >> got to go with technology. >>> being able to see again. still ahead, a new device that federal regulators are looking at that could restore sight. >> we'll have more on that story, plus your weather first when we return in two minutes. i don't spend money on gasoline. i am probably going to the gas station about once a month. last time i was at a gas station was about...i would say... two months ago. i very rarely put gas in my chevy volt. i go to the gas station such a small amount that i forget how to put gas in my car. [ male announcer ] and it's not just these owners giving the volt high praise. volt received the j.d. power and associates appeal award two years in a row. ♪ >>> good morning. welcome back to 9news now. it's 4:44. the temperature outside is 55 degrees. let's find out what the rest of the day holds. here's howard. >> good morning. storm system to the lower mississippi valley will be moving toward the north. that will bring in some clouds and bring in some showers here. even by the end of the day. our wettest day does look like it will be o
that rely on ionization technology. work well to detect fires with fast flames, but experts say some of the most deadly fires are the smouldering smokey kind that can fill your home with toxic gases while you sleep. experts say in those fires ionization alarms don't work well, going off way too late or not at all. >> and that means that the individuals could have a fire in their home and never receive a warning. >> reporter: don russ sell a scientist at texas a&m. he's run hundreds of tests. when i go to the store to buy a smoke detector, i assume it's going to sound when there's smoke. >> that's a reasonable assumption, but it's wrong. >> reporter: his findings are a bombshell in the industry, that the most popular smoke detectors may not help you in a fire. you're about to see just how scary that can be. we had dr. russell set up a test at the texas a&m engineering extension service. first, dr. russel placed three ionization detectors, the kind most of us have in a room with a couch. next, fire fighters set a slow smokey fire using a soldering iron. we're watching on monitors outsi
was a digit off from her own vehicle. >> the license plate number was one letter different. >> technology can fail, and does. >> the new california law makes it easier to fight tickets. it requires the cameras to be placed in locations for safety reasons and prohibits their use solely for revenue. how do you know? it also requires the posting of signs that say tickets are nearby and those signs require an innocent ticket recipient to identify the actual driver who committed the offense. >>> a crime wave in colorado is getting a lot of attention, but so far few arrests. it's horsehair theft. thieves are cutting the tails and manes of horses and using the hair to make jewelry, bring bridals and horsehair extensions. >> owned by an older lady, came the next morning and found his tail cut off and his mane chopped up. this horse's tail was very thick, clear to the ground. so it was a nice hunk of tail for somebody to steal. >> horsehair sells for as little as $10 for a bag of hair to hundreds of dollars for a full tail. >>> still ahead on 9 news now this saturday night, terrifying moments at a fai
military technology to russia. >>> 84-year-old oil tie con t. boom pick jins is putting another x in texas divorcing wife number four. >>> speaking of typhoons, spking of an oil boon, one official says it's getting tough to tell the average joe from the average millionaire. >>> how do you turn five bucks into a fortune? let it sit around for a while. this one given to vice president charles fairbanks in 1905 from the first national bank of fairbanks could fetch $300,000 at auction. not a bad investment. >>> coming up, flop in the nba and fines. wild cards fight on and saints sean payton returns to the superdome plus the first triple crown winner in 45 years. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> soon we'll be done with the snow in the northern plains and then another shot of cold air will invade the u.s. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." . >>> good morning. welcome back. time to get a look at what's knew in sports. miguel cabrera joins an exclusive group of legends. finishing with a 333 batting average, 139 rbis, cabrera has won the 15th tripl
of student reviews across the country. other schools include the new jersey institute of technology and the u.s. merchant marine academy. >> any storms we have this winter might be more memorable because of how they're described. the weather channel has decided to start naming winter storms. it's to help track severe weather systems similar to the way that tropical storms are named during hurricane season. the weather channel described this year's list of storms names as having attitude. some of the posibilities include drako, athena and magnus. >> and more than that, probably it's low, moderate or high impablgt. >> and a way to differentiate between the different ones. >> exactly. all right. how about tomorrow morning, and overnight, this fog is kind of dramatic. >> yeah. if i had to give that a name, it would be gotham. it's kind of like gothem city out there. when you head out tomorrow morning, what's awaiting you is driving through one great big cloud. could couldn't bring you the city cam shot. it's just so shocked in. the fog and a look at our building there at nbc universal. lets's tak
to use. plus nature and technology and how the two can fuse. joining us once again is tracy grant of "the washington post" kids post. great to see you. let's start with an exhibit about the news and how you can use the news and art at the national gallery. >> this is very cool. shop with the news is a new exhibit at the national gallery. in sunday's kids post we not only introduce kids to some of the amazing art that's in it. we explain to them how they can do it. for example this is a laurie abramson work that weaves together the "new york times" and the china times. it's really fascinating. the exhibit also includes this picasso. you can see where he uses le journal at the bottom. very recognizable. in sunday's kids post we tell kids how he -- and this is a paper mache piece. we tell kids how they can use the newspaper. kids post the comics, sports section, to create their own works of art just like those that they can see at the national gallery. >> very fun. next is your dog a lefty or righty? i didn't realize dogs could have a lefty or righty. >> i didn't either but it turns out unli
, particularly to keep young investigators involved. much less saying let's buy in a new technology the latest machines and equipment. >> what are your ideas? what n.i.h.s, universities, industries should do, can do with what they've got? >> the reality is we're living in a constrained environment right now. i'll start from a position that i think public funding of research is an incredible important thing that needs to be strengthened in this country. there's a lot of dividends that it pays to a variety of constituencies. you can look at the economy. there are jobs that get created through n.i.h. funding. we've created an industry, bite crow tech industry that -- the biotech industry that i think leads the world here in america because of the basic funding at the n.i.h. but i do think as dan says, some efficiencies need to be looked at. there are probably ways in which overhead costs in particular need to be looked at to try to squeeze perhaps some dollars out of that portion of grant support and put it into the actual doing of the science, if you will. it's a difficult question because the p
: as she rose through the ranks at google she never publicly shied away of setting a technology. >> i think women need role models and inspiration. >> reporter: talking about google's maternity leave policy. >> a baby of a googler should have their parent at home for six weeks or three months and it should be standard from that child's point of view and i think that means that, ultimately, a really supportive environment for women, but it doesn't necessarily mean special environment. >> reporter: yahoo! hired mayer as a its ceo in july knowing she was pregnant. mayer plans to be back in the office within one or two weeks. that, too, is generating flap. >> we should be sending the message that women need more maternity leave and better benefits and need more time. they need a workplace that understands that this is a period of time that women need to be with a baby. >> reporter: all this criticism could make the corner office look real good to mayer. >> mommies are hard on each other. mommies are very tough. a lot of criticism probably for everything she does, while being a mommy. >> yahoo!
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? ♪ whatever your business challenge, dell has the technology and services to help you solve it. >>> finally here tonight we asked our team in afghanistan this week to check in on some friends of ours. they don't have parents of their own, but they do have a close family all around them. in kabul, of all places. and when we first aired their story, you responded in a big way, donating hundreds of thousands of dollars to these kids, and the woman who is making a difference in their lives. we first met the girls of the orphanage three years ago. oh, you want me to put on your glasses, and you're going to put on my glasses. how do we look? they were just being girls. but just the same, their life took place inside an orphanage in afghanistan. we met and got to know the woman who runs the place, andeisha farid. today we're happy to report all of the children are thriving. for one, the girl with the glasses, has since come to visit us here in the u.s. she is firmly focused on getting into college. she loves math and english. and the law. >> i want to be a lawyer in the future. i want to help my p
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mall to put the new technology to the test. >> reporter: you're shopping for clothes, try something on, it doesn't fit, and you leave disappointed. >> i didn't really want to know my size. >> reporter: consider this, a virtual fitting room. and me the guinea pig. meality is a body scanner the first in our area, radio frequency waves tell you what size you are at each store in the mall. feet apart, arms by your side and in about a minute sensors go to work. >> as a woman, my biggest apprehension is having a man stand here and him seeing my measurementses. but that doesn't happen. they get a printout and only this bar code has your measurements on it. so nobody else sees it, sees anything. >> reporter: what are you in the market for? there's even a list of style trends. >> it's about the fit, not the size, because there is no sizing standard. >> reporter: you hear that, ladies? it's about the fit, not the size. >> absolutely. >> reporter: men have to find clothes, too. is that pretty much your normal fit? >> yeah. 32. >> reporter: because of her small frame, dorothy debead has the hardes
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exceptional embedded inside entertainment weekly, a small video screen. technology absolutely unheard of a short time ago. in our nation that has so far been unable to build a high speed rail network where there is no guarantee your airline seat will be attached to the floor, at least now we can follow the twitter feed of the cw network while reading a magazine, proof that we're a great country after all. >>> what will they think of next if not a high speed rail system or permanent aircraft seating. as we wrap up our broadcast for another week it is that time again thanks to the miracle of tv we look at tomorrow on today. >> thanks and coming up friday on today, mitt romney looks to build on his debate momentum as the jobs report is released. >>> and the guy who pulled a prank on customers waiting for the new iphone when we see you friday on today. >> there is ha iphone again. that is our broadcast this week. next week while we will be on the air it will be for the live coverage of the vice presidential debate and "rock center" will return the following week. for all the good folks wh
setting an example. >> i think what women in technology really need is role models and inspiration. >> reporter: talking in 2008 about google's maternity leave policy. >> i mean, we basically said a baby should have their parent at home for six weeks, three months, should be standard from the child's point of view which ultimately means it's a really supportive environment for women but doesn't necessarily mean special treatment for women. >> reporter: yahoo! hired mayer as its ceo in july knowing that she was pregnant. when mayer gave birth sunday, a yahoo! spokeswoman told the "new york times" mayer plans to be back in the office within one to two weeks. that, too, is generating flack. >> we should be sending a message that women need more maternity leave. they need better benefits and need more time. they need a workplace that understands that this is a period of time that women need to be with a baby. >> all this criticism could make the corner office look real good to mayer. >> mommies are hard on each other, very tough. she will get a lot of criticism for everything she does
-d technology allows for more accurate identification of potential hits. even with missing pieces, i've got a high confidence hit. sufficient marks present to match to a .357, lead-core, hollow-point. i'm gonna run these specs through the database and see what pops. wolfe: armed robbery of a jewelry store. closing time heist three weeks ago, bal harbour. the stria on our bullet matches a casing recovered in that investigation. okay. let's bring up a full suspect list. (typing) carla hoyle. matches the description jill walsh gave me. same gun fired both bullets. so carla killed her partner, she's got the money. there's no reason to keep that baby alive. horatio, you need to head over to carla hoyle's address-- 3650 bedford avenue. (grunts) officer, i have no idea what this is about! where's sophie walsh? where is the baby? .357 in the passenger seat. okay, mr. wolfe. where's sophie walsh, carla? sophie who? where's the baby? i don't know! check the trunk, mr. wolfe. there's no baby, but there's some money. did you kill her just like you killed your partner? no, look, it's not like you
in all of history we are more comfortable with technology than we are with fellow human beings. how is that going to work? it's working its way? all the bullying we are seeing. all the sexting we are seeing. we have this anonymity behind a computer screen. >> the question you asked, does that make you more yourself, do you become who you are or do you just become this other person you think nobody can see me, i'm going to say mean things. i'm going to sext where i wouldn't normally do. >> i don't think a kind person would do mean things. justify that for me. >> here's the thing. facebook has one billion users. >> we only want half a million. we only need a few more. we have 469,727. at of right now. >> look, all you have to do is like us. how hard is that? >> we hate schilling and being desperate. >> no, we don't. >> go to our facebook page. search kathie lee and hoda and click on "like." >> even if you don't, it would be kind. it's anti-bullying. >> we don't care if you like us or not. not really. >> i'll never find out because i won't read this stuff. you know. you find out what t
slides, but the technology is the use of botox as well as fillers. there's a little dip. you can fill this in. it's helpful for noses that have been done before. they require a little tweaking, rather than the operating room, you can use these techniques that are non-surgical to improve those imperfections. >> a lot of people complained about the surgical nose jobs because it's not what they wanted or what they invisioned. the surgery, after they have it, they are like whoa, it's not what i had in mind. >> sure. >> these seem to be, even if it's not what you wanted, it wears off and you can try it again. >> you will need to do it again, in six to 12 months. they are not permanent corrections. it's a positive thing. it's not something you really like. it's going to disappear. of course, people don't like coming back and repeating things. >> are there any risks? >> there are risks. the biggest risk is, certainly, you don't like the way it looks. there can be bruising. the big risk is infection. you really need, this needs to be treated as a surgical procedure. it's not something that
. it is all technological. >> sometimes when you're really upset and you write things quickly and hit send, regret it want to pull it back, you think to yourselves, my gosh, i can't believe i said that, when you can't judge how bad another person is feeling as you're saying your thing. >> the fact the man still doesn't see what he has done is wrong. >> who? >> maybe he is an upstanding member of the community there in wisconsin, but i just think i wish -- i don't know, you think he wishes he had it back? >> he gave a follow-up statement. >> i know that but public opinion is against kenneth krause. >> kenneth knows. women see. he may say, look, everyone -- people do judge when they look at someone immediately, they look at the person and they think something, regardless. >> but isn't that just as wrong as homophobia or racism? >> yeah, but -- >> isn't that prejudice? hello? >> yeah, it is. but i think when you look at someone who's overweight and the first thing you think of is, oh, what a terrible representative you are, this woman clearly knows that she is overweight. >> challenged that w
companies chosen by mayor vincent gray to develop a technology center on the campus of st. elizabeth's hospital. a french lighting company and atlanta based smart bim are the other two. the mayor hopes the revitalization will turn the center for an area of revitalization. >>> time for a look at weather and traffic on the 1s. tom is here. >> i see a little streak of light on the eastern horizon. the sunrises at 7:07 this morning. we're getting some gorgeous autumn color beginning to show up, some individual trees here locally. but look at this. this is in eastern west virginia. this photo sent in by paul roddy. gorgeous autumn color there. it is certainly near peak and will be peak throughout much of west virginia and western maryland for this weekend. send your pics to weather@nbcwashington.com. there's a slice of daylight there. still a few sprinkles at reagan national. the dew point is still up around 70. the air is still thick with humidity. and we have these passing showers moving southwest to northeast across virginia and into the district and maryland. these areas in green are
-threatening injuries. they are expected to be fine. >>> today montgomery county unveiled new technology designed to ensure the safety of domestic violence victims. a video conferencing system allows a victim to go before a judge to request a protective order without having to come near her accuser. state's attorney john mccarthy said maryland law aows victims to claim unemployment benefits if they have to leave the job because of abuse. >> if you're forced to leave your job because you feel threatened and have those transitional period of time, worrying about how do i put food on my table, and put a roof over my kids' heads, you're eligible for unploim benefits. >> 4,000 people have used the family justice center since it opened in 2009. >>> still ahead, stranded at sea, two plane crash survivors document their long wait for help to arrive. >>> and what >>> this week we have the kind of story we love to tell on "wednesday's child," one with a happy ending. >> a lot's happened since we first met demarcus several years ago. he's now taller and just the right family happened to be watching. >> hi,
with the star of the show. >>> are you addicted to technology? if you are, your neck may be paying the price. what text neck is and how to avoid it. >> here is a look at what's hot ♪ >> oh, i love that one. one night with janis joplin playing on the stage is described as more like a concert than musical or play. we are joined with more on what audiences can expect. welcome. you sound just like her. >> thank you very much. >> do people tell you that all the time? >> they do. >> that's amazing. when did you discover her music? >> my parents were big boomers. that was their favorite music. it's kind of the sound track to my childhood. >> had you been singing it as a child growing up? >> we had a green corduroy couch and i screamed along. >> you must know all the words to buy me a color tv. >> it's great to say. won't you buy me a color tv. a night on the town. >> how did you get this role? >> there was a play bill audition listing in new york city. one of my dear friends had, you know, sent me an e-mail in capital letters, did you see this? i went and auditions in new york city. it was fun. >
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powerhouse. dan. yes? molÉ sauce. [ male announcer ] with ge's most advanced cooking technology, the cafÉ line takes food further. ♪ >>> a special milestone this weekend for cultural icons the beatles and james bond. they were both part of the british invasion and they share something else that are important as well. keir simmons from london. >> reporter: britain's biggest spy got spy billing at the olympics. and a former beatle closed the show. the beatles -- >> here they are, the baelts! >> reporter: and bond. turns out they've been together a long time. >> bond. james bond. >> bond. >> reporter: 007 was created by former spy ian fleming back in the '50s, but the hugely successful movie franchise got its start with the release of "dr. no" 50 years ago. >> a license to kill where he pleases, when he pleases. >> a lovely story, quite exotic locations, and some fun. >> reporter: a winning formula and a license to fill movie theaters for half a century. the latest bond, "skyfall" out next month. bond has changed with times. >> hi, i'm daniel craig and i'm hosting "snl" with muse. >> do yo
maintain our technological lead and our people are skilled and able to succeed. and hard-pressed states right now can't all do that. in fact, we've seen layoffs of hundreds of thousands of teachers over the last several years. and governor romney doesn't think we need more teachers. i do. because i think that that is the kind of investment where the federal government can help. it can't do it all. but it can make a difference. and as a consequence we'll have a better-trained workforce and that will create jobs because companies want to locate in places where we've got a skilled workforce. >> two minutes, governor, on the role of government. your view. >> well, first, i love great schools. massachusetts our schools are ranked number one of all 50 states. and the key to great schools, great teachers. so i reject the idea that i don't believe in great teachers or more teachers. every school district, every state should make that decision on their own. the role of government. look behind us. the constitution and the declaration of independence. the role of government is to promote and prote
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